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Follow Your Favorite Social Media Feeds

With engagement (fun!) in mind, the College of Education and many of its departments, programs, and people* are using social media to connect and communicate.

* Opinions presented by individuals are their own and do not necessarily represent official college opinion or policy.

Social Media Days


Assistant professor Sarah Newcomer is leading a group of Language, Literacy, and Technology students to Nishinomiya, Japan for a three-week study abroad.

From May 11 to June 2, they will be updating us on their adventures via Instagram.

Following these folks to see more cool Instagram posts:

Martin Stevens – @mcstevens88

Jo Ann Arinder – @joari6

Tho Paw – @okayyt.toe (this one needs to be confirmed)

Jenn Kurz – @jlk_adventures_pnw

Vanessa Bragg – Vanessa Bragg (this one needs to be confirmed)

Sarah Newcomer – @sarah.n.newcomer


This is a primary source for us of getting the word out. It’s fast, it’s easy, and it’s 140 characters or less (that’s nice!).

Some of our faculty or staff have Twitter accounts they openly share with others. Among them:

Here are the most commonly used hashtags for the College of Education and its faculty, staff and students:

  • #athletictraining
  • #clevelandhall
  • #edleadership
  • #edldrshp
  • #edpsych
  • #exercisephyslab
  • #exercisephysiology
  • #exercisephyslab
  • #highered
  • #higheredjobs
  • #highereducation
  • #kinesiology
  • #ROAR
  • #sportmanagement
  • #sptmgt
  • #sportsbiz
  • #sportstix
  • #STEMed
  • #whiteboardwisdom


This is a great way for us to stay in contact with people who know us, or who want to stay in contact.


Yet another way to stay in contact with us, or just find out what’s going on.

  • College of Education: ADD LINK


A place for us to share great photos of faculty, staff, students, and the owls and chipmunks that are outside our building.

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